Articles tagged with: Kirk Dillard
Calls Urged to Other DuPage Legislators to Oppose “Big Brother” Proposal DUPAGE – BanRedCams, a grass roots initiative to end the use of red light cameras in Illinois, is urging citizens in DuPage County to contact their state legislators to…
SPRINGFIELD — There’s little a state lawmaker can do to relieve the skyrocketing costs of filling our gas tanks, but State Senator Kirk Dillard (R-Burr Ridge) is trying. He has introduced legislation in Springfield to reduce the doubling of sales…
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TINLEY PARK — State Senator Kirk Dillard (R-Hinsdale) told Bremen Township Republicans Saturday morning that despite Democrats’ full control of the district remapping process, Republicans in Illinois must "continue the fight" for the state’s economic future. "It’s disappointing that Republicans…
State Senator Kirk Dillard (R-Hinsdale) spoke with the Suburban Life Publication’s editorial board about Springfield developments, and what to expect in this year’s legislative session: Balancing the state’s budget in the face of a 67 percent income tax increase was…
If State Sen. Bill Brady (R-Bloomington) wins the GOP gubernatorial nomination…and he leads Kirk Dillard by 420 votes so he appears to have a leg up…will his solid 100% conservative voting record on social issues cause him trouble as he runs across a state that has been blue? Answer: It shouldn’t if he does what Scott Brown did, don’t fudge and count on the hideous record of the Democrats nationally to carry the day.
Brady has one of the finest social voting records in the state. Dems and liberal media will …
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Please join the Chicago Daily Observer’s Tom Roeser as he hosts Jeff Berkowitz, from Public Affairs and Paul Caprio, from the Illinois Family Institute. Tonight’s topic is the fallout from Tuesday’s election, Scott Lee Cohen and Pat Quinn’s dilemma; and the ongoing Brady/Dillard race.
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I have just returned from an outstanding GOP unity event led by Pat Brady.
My enthusiasm for this year and its opportunity to serve the people of Illinois is growing in light of the extraordinary ticket we nominated and situation we face.
The GOP gubernatorial race appears to be on its way to amicable resolution. Why? Because Kirk Dillard, Bill Brady and (no relation) Pat Brady are class acts who know that first, Illinois’ election administrators owe GOP primary voters and the people of Illinois a clean and solid count.
In other words, they are declining …
The best analysis of what led to the virtual tie between Kirk Dillard and Bill Brady comes to me from a number of people who seem to agree with Rich Miller’s Capitol Fax. All along the smart prognosticators were saying it’s going to be knife-edge between Dillard and Andy McKenna. Brady was regarded as not being sufficiently funded etc. True: then McKenna started in with the very negative ads zeroing in on Dillard and Jim Ryan.
The ads were too tough coupled with the fact that Andy was unwilling to go …
Ok, final numbers update:
If you look at the numbers totals at this link, you will see the final (and I believe accurate) numbers (100% reporting).
The difference between the AP numbers here, and the Dillard spreadsheet, is only the Vermillion County/Danville error that Dillard’s campaign made on their spreadsheet.
That is now the single error, and the single difference in vote totals.
Case settled. 406-vote difference confirmed.
From Capital Fax Comments